Full High Definition 1080p in Car Digital Video Recorder with GPS

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Full High Definition 1080p recording with HDMI output 

Full high definition 1080p 30FPS video quality provides better image clarity than HD 720p and view footage on a large FHD TV using the HDMI connection.


 

GPS Tracking

Replay recorded journey with GPS reception using the supplied tracking software on a PC, you can view recorded video footage, speed and location taken from anywhere.


 

120 degree wide viewing angle with Infrared Illuminators

Wide angle lens for capturing an extensive field of view. Ideal for recording activities on 3 lanes of traffic. IR low light sensors allow for better recording at night or in low light condition for improved image qualtity.


 

2.3 inch LCD screen and On Screen Display

Easily playback content on the large size colour screen and conveniently view all vital information displayed on screen.


 

Auto-Bump Record and Motion Detector

Keeps recording when an incident occurs and saves it into a secure folder to ensure that it is not deleted or re-recorded.


 

Time Stamp

All video footage is stamped with the the time and date to ensure the evidence you collect is accurate and accountable.


 

Built-in Mic

The built in Microphone captures a clear soundtrack for your video footage.


 

Loop Recording and Micro SD Card Storage

Loop recording allows you to continuously record footage. When your Micro SD card is full the camera will write over older files to ensure you are continiously recording. Accident files will be saved if your car is bumped or you select the file protect button. We recommend a Class 10 or higher SD card

 

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Why is wide angle lens on a camera important?

Not all actions happen directly in front of you, so having a camera that has a restricted view will eventually miss something of importance.  Recording as much information as possible is critical and it can only help in capturing more footage around you.  Choose a wide angle action camera or crashcam rom the Laser range to suit your recording needs.

 

Why is motion detection important?

Motion detection automatically turns on and begins recording when motion is detected.  Even when your car is not running and unattended, if either a burglar or another car hits yours for example, the camera will begin recording. As long as there is power to the crash cam or the camera still have battery power available. Make sure you choose your Navig8r crashcam with Motion Detection feature to monitor your car for you.

 

Why do I need time stamp?

The time stamp is a very useful tool. Some of its uses are to: record the date and time of an incident for future reference, help locate sections of a recording if it is particularly long, verify when the footage was taken.  It can be used as a business tool to monitor the date and time of customers visits by employees.  Choose one of many Laser cameras with Time Stamp feature today.

 

Why do I need G-sensor on my crashcam?

Preserve and back up incident files –

It is easy to overlook in those hazy moments just after an incident, that the footage you have just recorded may be lost when automatically overwritten and erased. (Crash cam cycle records by design constantly reuse memory space) The G-sensor will take care of this by monitoring impact and once triggered, will automatically preserve the current file from being overwritten.
 

Record while away from car –

Constantly recording footage whilst driving is a great feature, however what happens to my car when it is unattended. Will the G-sensor still work? Yes.  Crashcam models that support "bump recording" will automatically turn on and start recording when it detects impact.

 

Can Crash Cam be used as a legal eye witness?

Crash Cam footage and any video footage such as those from security cameras or simple photos taken by smart phones are regularly used as evidence during legal proceedings. These critical pieces of evidence regularly help to collaborate accounts and can effectively been seen as another eye witness account.  Invest in a Navig8r Crash Cam today to be your eye witness partner.

 

How much difference is there between 720p and 1080p and 1296p?

These are used to describe picture resolution show the number of vertical lines. In the case of 720p, 720 lines are displayed.  In the case of 1080p, 1080 lines and 1296p for the 1296 lines are displayed on the screen which is probably the most common resolution on TVs today.  1080p is higher in resolution and will display a noticeably better picture. 1296p is even higher than high resolution

 

Should I buy a SD card with the biggest memory so I can record more?

For most cameras, you want the biggest capacity SD card so you can record more.  However it is not a critical requirement for crash cameras as they cycle record and continually recycle space on an existing card.  The need to purchase a larger card would come down more to the cost differential between sizes and any possible second use you may have for the card when not in use for example as a camera card or as memory for another portable device.  

 

Nobody wants to pay speeding and camera fines

It is important to keep your speed with the directed speed limit. For your safty and the saftety of others on the road. Speed signs change and from time to time we might forget we are passing a school zone. Be alerted to fixed speed cameras and school zones and avoid fines otherwise this could arrive in the mail.

NSW Speeding FInes

 Common demerit point offences No. of points Double Demerits Fine
 Exceeding the speed limit by 30 km/h    5   10 $885
 Exceeding the speed limit by 20 km/h    4   8 $446
 Exceed speed limit by 10km/h   3   6 $260
 Exceed speed limit by less than 10km/h   1   2 $112
 Proceed through red traffic light (camera detected)   3   6 $425

Fines correct as of 25/02/2016. For more information check with your local authority.

 

Below is a letter that could be yours! It is easy to forget you are passing a school. Drive safely and avoid fines.

Press Coverage

The Navig8r Crash Cam Pro X 818 (our sister model) has also been featured on leading news, technology and motor coverage.

These include:

EFTM 

Laser introduces the Navig8r Crash Cam Pro X Dashcam: http://eftm.com.au/2016/05/laser-introduces-the-navig8r-crash-cam-pro-x-dashcam-28336 

 

Laser launches Navig8r Crash Cam Pro X: http://www.smarthouse.com.au/news/2DPLL291-laser-launches-navig8r-crash-cam-pro-x.aspx 

 

Laser launches Navig8r Crash Cam Pro X: http://www.channelnews.com.au/laser-launches-navig8r-crash-cam-pro-x

Channel News eDM Newsletter - http://us6.campaign-archive1.com/?u=e6fb8f423a&id=67e8e1a9b6&e=a0cca3edea 

 

Laser's Navig8r Crash Cam Pro X can protect drivers and help avoid fines - http://www.techguide.com.au/news/in-car-news/lasers-navig8tr-crash-cam-pro-x-can-protect-drivers-and-help-avoid-fines

2 Blokes Talking Tech

Two Blokes Talking Tech Podcast #1 - http://www.techguide.com.au/news/techguide-podcast/were-celebrating-the-200th-episode-of-the-top-rating-tech-guide-podcast

Two Blokes Talking Tech Podcast #2 - http://www.techguide.com.au/news/podcast/two-blokes-talking-tech-have-gone-to-the-zoo-for-episode-256

Meet the Full High Definition In Car Digital Video Recorder with GPS Tracking that keeps a record of your journey on the road.

At 1080p (@30FPS) video quality and a wide angle lens, the camera is ideal for recording activities with an extensive range of view, in both daylight and at night.

Make insurance claims easy with built-in microphone, auto-bump record and motion detector and loop recording, that ensures footage is continuously recorded and enough detail is captured in the event of an incident to pick out number plates, street signs, house numbers an people’s faces.

Speed, time stamp and location details is on all footage ensuring all the evidence you collect is accurate and accountable.

Recorded footage can be conveniently replayed using the supplied tracking software on a computer.

This easy to use device adds support for any driver to keep you protected on the road.

General Specification
Built in BatteryY
Power
On-board power switchY
Connections
Built in MicrophoneY
Dual Cameras (incl. occupant camera)N
Device DescriptionDual camera in-vehicle car camera recorder
LCD screen size2.31"
Memory Card TypeMicro SD Card
Still Picture resolution (Megapixels)12MP
Auto ON/OFF with car ON/OFFY
Video Capture Resolution1920 x 1080P 30 frames
Charging ConnectionMicro USB
Video OutputN
Windscreen MountY
Rechargable Battery / CapacityY
GPS tracking function (via Google Maps)Y
Wide Angle LensY (140 Degrees)
Video Playback File FormatAVI
Video Playback softwareY
Motion Detect Record (whilst stationary)Y
Loop recordingY
On device Menu ControlsY
GPS Tracking
On Board GPS trackingY
Speed Camera AlertN
Time Synchronisation with GPSN
G-Sensor (Shock sensor)Y
Google Map (in software) review of journeyY
Direct Wire to Car 12v/24vN
Speed Alert on approach to CameraN
Bump File RecordY
Full Screen SpeedoN
Other external features
Speed Sign RecognitionN
Driver Fatigue ReminderN
Stop and Go AlertN
Lights On ReminderN
ON device menu options
12v/24v Mini USB car chargerN
Device Hardware
Time StampY
Motion DetectionY (While the camera is powered)
Audio record (Mic on/off)Y
Set Record Segment TimeY
Format Memory CardY
Menu LanguageMultiple
Reset to Default SettingsY
Date / time setY
TV out (set PAL or NTSC)N
Delete images / video on deviceY
Show image/video thumbnailsY
General
Weight(kg)0.550
Dimensions(mm)60 x 80 x 18
Warranty(month)12
Inner Carton Qty10
Master Carton Qty20
EAN barcode9335432025422
3 key feature benefits1) FHD 1080P Resolution 2) GPS 3) Wide Angle Capture

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  • Product Code: NAVC-616GPS
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